Tim Tebow had his first career baseball game in the Mets’ instructional league today.
On the first pitch, of his first AB, he hit his first home run.
— Luis Torres (@LFTorresIII) September 28, 2016
From the sound of the bat, he smashed that shit. Opposite field no less, the video is not the best show of where it went.
Granted, this is an instructional league game against an instructional league pitcher. But it’s only logical to assume that he’ll be on the Mets’ Major League roster next year, hit 60 home runs, and runaway with Rookie of the Year and MVP honors.
Tebowmania is headed to a stadium near you.